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Please sign-up for this program. We need a head-count for materials. There is no fee and this program is for members only.

December sign-up, contact janbythesea244 @gmail.com or kwillwerth@gmail.com

December 12, 2017Creating an Edible Still Life with Liz Barbour, demonstration and sampling

http://www.thecreativefeast.com

Learn how to turn your holiday buffet table into a beautiful work of art. Watch as cooking instructor Liz Barbour demonstrates how to use found objects, fruits, vegetables, fine china, fresh herbs and flowers to create a three-dimensional still life for you and your dinner guests to enjoy.

Following Liz’s demonstration, she will offer a cooking demonstration of two seasonal recipes. The finished recipes, works of art in themselves, will be placed onto the Still Life buffet for all to taste and enjoy. Add in Liz’s easy cooking technique tips and you are on your way to creating great meals you can prepare at home. Liz will bring copies of her new cookbook “Beautifully Delicious” along for purchase.

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Beautiful Fall Flowers from Good Morning Gloucester blog.

CLICK HERE: Source: 20170921_174545

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Dear Generous Gardeners volunteers and supporters,

The Gloucester Stage Company’s current production “Flight of the Monarch” is offering a special promotion for Generous Gardeners supporters and volunteers.  If you use the Code GG17, when you purchase your tickets online, there is a $12.00 discount and $5.00 of your ticket price will be donated to Generous Gardeners.  Tickets are only $30.  This offer is good for ANY performance.

Here’s a link to the show page:

http://gloucesterstage.com/17-5-flight-of-the-monarch/

The box for entering the code appears at the top right of the screen after you click “Buy Tickets”

The set designer wanted neglected grasses for the stage and I had plenty of them, so my plants are making their stage debut!

A few of us are going on Thursday the 28th, but please support us and Gloucester Stage by seeing this lovely play any day between now and September 30th.

Happy Fall,
Susan Kelly
Generous Gardeners
781-346-1363

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SSGC Now Using MailChimp

Watch for emails from the club delivered by MailChimp. Check your spam file if you haven’t received a message lately.

MailChimp is a social media platform which protects both the sender and the recipients from spammers and hackers. It is an approved bulk mailer and allows individuals to remove themselves from the list.  Click here to read more about MailChimp.

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Hi Everyone,
Just a reminder that our opening meeting is Tuesday September 12th,one week from today!!! We have several people who will be making arrangements for our “Books in Bloom” theme.
It’s not too late to join in on the fun, so let me know if you’d like to make an arrangement. (kabobryan@gmail.com)
Remember it can be based on any kind of book you’d like.Take a walk outside and see what inspires you.
As of now I have the following members signed up to participate:
Beth Coz, Lisa Willwerth, Deb Digiovanni, Lenore Kepler, Janet Groth, Maureen Terrill, Anne Gilson (and helpers?), and yours truly.
Also remember to bring something for our Fall Plant Swap. This should be a perennial from your yard (or a friend’s). Something tried and true that you’d like to share and then bring home something new for your own garden.
Lastly, remember to come prepared to sign up for the October Fall Wreath Workshop which will be run by Cindy of Gordon’s Florist. The cost is $25.00 for materials.

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Another zucchini recipe

 Fresh from the Garden Zucchini Squares

Have you ever planted something in your vegetable garden and wished it would stop producing? If the answer is yes, the vegetable could be Zucchini Squash and I am at that point right now. Here is a new way to use up you Squash that your family and friends will love and it does freeze well also. This will work well as a side dish vegetable with your favorite meat or fish dish.

Ingredients:
5 large or extra-large eggs
½ cup of oil
¾ cup of shredded Parmesan cheese
5 cups of zucchini squash grated, 3 -10-inch squash
2 cups of regular Bisquick, not low fat
1 clove of chopped garlic
1 medium onion finely chopped
½ teaspoon of salt and pepper
½ teaspoon of dried basil or 1 teaspoon of fresh

Directions:
1} Combine your cheese, eggs and oil together in a large mixing bowl. Stir in your Bisquick and Zucchini squash, mix well. Add all the remaining ingredients and mix well until uniform looking.

2} Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Lightly butter a rectangular baking dish 8″ by 13″ or 9″ by 12″. Pour the mixture in the dish and level. Bake for 35 minutes or until the top is lightly browned.

3} Cool a bit and then cut into 2-inch squares and serve. Sprinkle a bit more Parmesan cheese on square and a leaf or two of fresh Basil for a great tasting side vegetable. Enjoy!

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Club Presidents,
Please share this with your members.  Note we are sending to last year’s presidents while we work to update our contact list.  Thank you for your assistance.

BACK TO BASICS
DESIGNING PRINCIPLES IN
FLORAL DESIGN
Join us for a series of interactive programs with distinguished 
Massachusetts Designers
Demonstrating how to create designs.
Monday, September 18
Monday, November 13
Monday, February 26
(snow date February 27)
Time: 10:30 am-12:30 pm
The Espousal Center
554 Lexington Street, Waltham, MA 02452
Total Fee: $45.00 for all three sessions
Make checks payable to GCFM, Inc.
Please mail check and registration to:
Ruth Evans, 11 Willowbrook Drive, Framingham, MA 01702
Registration deadline: September 15, 2017
2017-18 Back to Basics Registration
Name: ________________________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________
Town: ________________________________ State: ________ Zip:________          Phone: _______________________________
E-Mail: ________________________________________________ 
Garden Club:_________________________________________

Click here to download the form Back to Basics Registration form

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